Concern about the death of Trayvon Martin in Florida that has generated national attention came to Manhattan Monday night, with a march on the Kansas State campus to recognize the tragedy. Manhattan Mayor Jim Sherow took part at the invitation of the Beta Sigma Chi Christian Sorrority on campus.
Mayor Sherow says he was happy to participate and shared some comments with the group.
Sherow indicates those in attendance weren’t pre-judging in the case, just want to see justice to be served. The event also featured a gathering in prayer, a dance selection from the Black Student Union, and words from a pastor of the True Holiness Family Church in Topeka.